An extensive set of allegations concerning the city’s financial dealings from 2009 to 2018 are presently being made against them.
The Etihad Club is also accused of not cooperating with the ensuing inquiries.
The Premier League’s chief executive, Richard Masters, has acknowledged that a hearing date has been scheduled, but the champions have already refuted those allegations.
“The scale is on a completely different level [to Everton and Forest],” stated Borson in a talkSPORT interview.
“If the charges are confirmed, there is no doubt that this will result in at least relegation.
There are hints of a plot that spans roughly ten years. Premier League sources claim that City’s primary sponsorship deals are actually for £8 million, not £50–60 million, and the entire affair was a hoax.